Some Mechanical and Structural Aspects of the Smolensk Crash By Dr. Gregory Szuladzinski, Ph.D., MSME
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I Statement by Col. Irenaeusz Szeląg, the chief of the Military District Prosecutor's Office in Warsaw, leading the investigation, presented on 26 July 2011, at a press conference in Warsaw, discussed and cited, among others by the government-owned the Polish Press Agency in dispatched broadcasts at 13:39, 14:19, 16:33 and 19:34, the most extensive version of the PAP message was broadcast by the public television TVP1: http://bit.ly/1fWNINl and http://bit.ly/1fWNUfz
III http://bit.ly/1fWO9qZ (report committee to investigate the causes of the event on 26 July 1988 at Mulhouse-Habsheim with Airbus A 320; Journal Officiel de la République Française. Documents administratifs No 28/1990 of 24 April 1990)
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